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Questions About Anatomy of a CashApp Scam

TL;DR - For security and payment risk experts, how do CashApp scams work behind the scenes?
I was recently scammed by CashApp. App sent a ton of money to a person I do not know. As I have discovered and what this forum mostly lets you know, that CA customer service is not super-concerned with a resolution. Hey, they made their 1.5%, yes? I am cautiously optimistic that my bank will side with me, but we will see.
So, it got me thinking - how do these scams work? From my side, if I were to start using my CashApp account to steal money from people, I would ultimately want to transfer that money to bitcoin, my bank account or debit card (perhaps for immediate cash withdrawal). Enough complaints against an account, I'd imagine CashApp would put a freeze on the account and maybe close it. Plus, then there are bank accounts linked to CashApp with my information in the event someone got real aggressive about an investigation. ATM cards have limitations - either via the card or the machine itself. So, if I were to have thousands of dollars in CashApp account and had to withdraw cash to get it in $200-$400 increments at ATMs, might take a while and a few trips to ATMs - all with cameras.
So, how exactly do these scammers obtain the funds and keep it going? Sure, if you are spending your time thieving and then your CA account gets shut down, you have cut off your source of income.
I have read that some CA scammers use fraudulently obtained information on an unsuspecting person - name, address, last 4 of SSN, etc. and set up an account, keep an eye on mailbox and then use the debit card. This would provide a layer of protection but still run into ATM withdrawal limits and have the risk of CA account being frozen. Is it transfer to BitCoin and then to a wallet for cash? Is it just buying whatever merchandise you need from the store with the debit card? Money orders?
I'd think eventually the CA account would be flagged.
Chargebacks? So, I know at least in some cases, the fraud charges get reversed - even if temporarily - where the funds are then taken from CashApp and allegedly the scam user's account (real or fake).
I am no stranger to payment processing issues. I can recall times where I was accepting payments via PayPal and ended up with negative balance or had ability to receive payments put on hold due to investigation of chargeback. Or, when running a larger business unit, our primary back frozen merchant account because our chargeback rate was a little higher than they right. It didn't matter that most, if not all, of chargebacks were proven to be false and we responded to them - the bank just said 'forget it, we don't even want to deal with it.'
Bitcoin seems like the most untraceable way, but still risk of having CA account flagged or frozen or shut down cutting off your source. Then you have to re-open a new one?
Feedback and insight from professionals in this area would be most appreciated.
Disclaimer - I do not want to conduct a CA scam. I want to understand how this works so I can better protect myself and work through the dispute resolution process with my bank, the police and CA.
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Introducing Reserve: Personal finance tools for bitcoiners.

Introducing Reserve: Personal finance tools for bitcoiners.
http://withreserve.com
🧅 http://g5aunrdeiakv5swpfbsaidmsflqc7uaeep3xd74ckukwhst7mjfzi4ad.onion
** SORRY I'M STILL FIGURING OUT WORDS **
THIS IS NOT A WALLET. IT'S FOR TRACKING YOUR TRANSACTIONS IN A WALLET-AGNOSTIC WAY. I'M LOOKING FOR BETTER WORDS THAN "DEPOSIT" and "WITHDRAW". MAYBE THESE ARE GOOD

https://preview.redd.it/v5avcoy2dac51.png?width=1902&format=png&auto=webp&s=882ab896d686523726634bdf29e470f4c18e9d51
I made an app to help us
  • set savings goals
  • track buys and the occasional sat spends
  • optimize tax burdens by drawing from the best tax lots
  • automatically budget for next year's taxes
  • manage our bitcoin finances regardless of wallets
I take privacy seriously and do NOT want any of your personally identifiable information.
  • When you sign up, I give you a random UUID and that's all I know about you.
  • Support is handled in-app. I don't want your email address.
  • This is more like a checkbook or spreadsheet than a wallet. There is no link to your transaction ids, this is intended to be a separate log.
  • I don't use third party cookies for retargeting advertising.
  • I don't track your IP address. Use the onion address & don't trust/verify.
This app will help me prove to the IRS that my Casa subscription only realized a $0.68 tax bill. Yes I will be flooding them with such minutia. Fuck that noise.
I'd love to hear from you & see if some of you are personal finance freaks like myself.
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The events of a SIM swap attack (and defense tips)

Posted this on Coinbase and someone recommend it also be posted here. The information below on an attempted SIM swap attack was pieced together through a combination of login and security logs, recovering emails initiated by the attacker that were deleted and then deleted again from the trash folder, and learning from AT&T’s fraud representatives. The majority if this is factual, and we do our best to note where we are speculating or providing a circumstantial suspicion. TLDRs at the bottom.
The full story:
We were going about our business and received a text from AT&T that says “…Calls & texts will go to your new phone/SIM card. Call 866-563-4705 if you did not request.” We did not request this, and were suspicious that the text itself could be a phishing scam since we searched the phone number and it wasn’t overtly associated with AT&T. Thus, we tried calling AT&T’s main line at 611 but all we hear is beep beep beep. The phone number is already gone. We use another phone to call AT&T and at the same time start working on our already compromised email.
While we didn’t see everything real time, this is what the recovered emails show. In less than 2 minutes after receiving the text from AT&T, there is already an email indicating that the stolen phone number was used to sign into our email account associated with Coinbase. 2 minutes after that, there is an email from Coinbase saying:
"We have received your request for password reset from an unverified device. As a security precaution, an e-mail with a reset link will be sent to you in 24 hours. Alternatively, if you would like your password reset to be processed immediately, please submit a request using a verified device.
This 24 hour review period is designed to protect your Coinbase account."
This is where Coinbase got it right to have a 24 hour review period (actually a recovery period) before allowing the password to be reset. However, the attackers knew this and planned to steal the second email from Coinbase by setting email rules to forward all emails to a burner address and also have any emails containing “coinbase” re-routed so they don’t appear in the Inbox. 5 minutes later, they request a password reset from Gemini and the password was reset to the attacker’s password within a minute after that. The next minute they target and reset DropBox’s password followed immediately with Binance. Less than 2 minutes later, an email from Binance indicates that the password has been reset and another email arrives a minute later indicating a new device has been authorized.
It’s at this point that we begin locking the attacker out by (1) removing the phone number as 2FA (2) changing the email password, (3) and three forcing a logout of all sessions from the email. There was a bit of back and forth where they still had an active login and re-added the stolen phone number as 2FA.
They added only one more password reset to a gaming account that was not deleted. I can only suspect that was a decoy to make it look like the attack was directed at gaming rather than finances.
The Gemini and Binance accounts were empty and effectively abandoned, with no balances and inactive bank accounts (if any), and no transactions in 1-3 years. DropBox had no meaningful files (they probably look for private keys and authenticator backups) and the phone number they stole from us was suspended, so as far as the attacker is concerned, there is no meat on this bone to attack again… unless they had inside information.
This is where I suspect someone internal at Coinbase receiving wire deposits has been compromised in tipping off ripe accounts – accounts with new and somewhat large balances. We had completed a full withdrawal of funds from Coinbase earlier in the year, and had a balance of less than $20 heading into May. Deposits to Coinbase staggered in to get above six figures through mid-May then stopped. The attack occurred 7 days after the last large wire deposit was made to Coinbase.
From the perspective of an attacker that had no inside information, we were a dead end with abandoned Gemini and Binance accounts with zero balances and stale transactions, no DropBox information, and the suspended phone number access. Our Coinbase deposits were known to no one except us, Coinbase, and our bank. We were also able to stop the hacker’s email forwarding before Coinbase’s 24 hour period to send the password reset, so this one didn’t work out for the attackers and it would make sense for them to move on to the next rather than put efforts into a second attack only for Coinbase - for what would appear to be a zero-balance Coinbase account based on the other stale accounts.
Then…23 hours and 42 minutes after the first attack, another message from AT&T “…Calls & texts will go to your new phone/SIM card. Call 866-563-4705 if you did not request.” Here we go again. We had been confident in AT&T’s assurances that our account had been locked and would not be SIM swapped again, so we unwisely added the phone number back to our email account as a backup (it’s now removed permanently and we use burner emails for account recovery like we should have all along).
Upon seeing that our phone number had been stolen again I knew they were after the Coinbase reset email that was delayed by 24 hours from Coinbase as part of their security. We did 4 things within 2 minutes of that text: (1) removed the phone number again from the email account – this time for good, (2) market sell all Bitcoin on Coinbase, (3) withdraw from Coinbase, (4) have AT&T suspend service on the phone line.
In speaking with AT&T, they were floored that our SIM would be transferred again in light of all the notes about fraud on the account and the PIN being changed to random digits that had never been used by us before. Based on the response of disbelief from AT&T on the second port, I suspect that this attack also involved a compromised AT&T employee that worked with the attacker to provide timely access to the Coinbase password reset email. Apparently, this has been going on for years: https://www.flashpoint-intel.com/blog/sim-swap-fraud-account-takeove
with phone carrier employees swapping SIMs for $80s a swap.
Remember that most of this was hidden in real time, and was only known because we were able to recover emails deleted from Trash by the attacker.
Since we require any withdrawals to use Google Authenticator on Coinbase, our funds may have been secure nonetheless. However, under the circumstances with attackers that were apparently working with insiders to take our phone number twice in attempts to steal Bitcoin, and it being unknown if they had additional tools related to our Google Authenticator, we decided it was safer on the sidelines. The coins were held on the exchange for a quick exit depending on whether Bitcoin was going to break up or down from $10,000. A hardware wallet is always safest, but we were looking to time the market and not have transaction delays.
For some some security recommendations:
AT&T: If you are going to send a text saying that calls and texts are moving to a new number, provide a 10 minute window for the phone number to reply with a “NO” or “STOP” to prevent the move. This can escalate the SIM dispute to more trusted employees to determine who actually owns the line. Don’t let entry level employees swap SIMs.
Coinbase: Do not default to phone numbers as 2FA. Also, if someone logs in successfully with the password before the 24 hours are up, the password is known and there is no need to send the password reset email again for attacker to have forwarded to them. At least have an option to stop the password reset email from being sent. We did not tag our account at Coinbase with fraud because of the stories of frozen funds once an account is tagged. I’m not sure what the solution is there, but that is another problem.
Being a trader, it would be nice to think of Coinbase as any other type of security brokerage where your assets are yours (someone can’t steal your phone number and transfer your stocks to their account). We fell into that mindset of security, yet this experience has reminded us of the uniqueness of cryptocurrency and the lack of custodial assurance and insurance from exchanges because of the possession-is-everything properties of cryptocurrency.
As many have said before, 2FA with a phone number quickly becomes 1-factor authentication as soon as that phone number is associated with password recovery on your email or other accounts. Our overall recommendation is to avoid having a phone number associated with any recovery options across all your accounts.
TLDR on the process:
Scammers will steal your phone number (in our case twice in 24 hours) and use your phone number to access your email and accounts. They will use your email to reset passwords at financial accounts and file hosting such as DropBox. They will then use that combination to transfer any assets they can access from your accounts to theirs. They will do their best to hide this from you by
(1) not resetting your email password so as to raise suspicion,
(2) immediately delete any password reset emails you may receive from financial accounts to hide them from you,
(3) attempt to forward all emails sent to your address to a burner email, and
(4) set email rules to forward emails containing “coinbase” to an email folder other than your Inbox so that you don’t see the transactions and password reset emails that arrive to your inbox.
TLDR on defense tips: If your phone stops working or you receive a text of your number being ported do the following as soon as possible:
(1) log into your email account(s) associated with your financial accounts and remove your phone number as 2FA immediately
(2) change your email password,
(3) force a logout of all sessions from your email (at this point you have locked them out), then
(4) check your mail forwarding settings for forwards to burner addresses,
(5) check your mail rules for rerouting of emails from accounts such as Coinbase, and
(6) call your carrier to have them suspend service on your lost phone number and ask them to reinstate your SIM or get a new SIM. This will require a second phone because your personal phone number has been stolen.
We hope this helps some others be safe out there in protecting their coins. The more we know, the more we can protect ourselves. Wishing you all the best!
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Passive Income Earnings Apps (Android Only) | $5-10+ Monthly Per Device

Hey my fellow passive income earners! I'm mostly just a lurker but I was thinking it would be good to contribute for once.
I've been using three really neat apps on my Android phone to earn some passive income. The best part about these apps is that they work in most countries AND you don't have to do anything! I'll list them below and give a bit of an insight for each of the three applications.
All three apps work in the same way, they are sms/text testing companies. They each have clients that want to ensure that their text messages are being sent and are being received by their customers all over the world. For example, if a large company like Google/Microsft wanted to double check that their texts are being received then they'd use this service.
Rather than these testing companies having random mobile phones situated across the world they are willing to pay people like you and me to have our phones on, connected to the internet, and ready to receive messages! Easy enough right?

At this time I don't believe any of these are compatible with devices other than Android - sorry!

All of these methods take less than 60 seconds each to set up so you can pretty much earn that sweet dosh straight away! Please be aware that I did include referral details and I would appreciate if you used them if you found any of this helpful. :)

Money SMS

Setup:
Visit Money SMS and click “GET APP”. Open the application and register an account with your phone number. For a one-time bonus on signup you can use my referral E4D53E359. From there go to “Settings” on the bottom right of the app. Then to “Payment method” where you can add your information for receiving payment.
How To Withdraw:
Just open the app and visit “Balance” on the bottom left-hand side. Press withdraw and then follow the prompts, quite easy and fast! Minimum payout is 2 euros and, depending on your location, can be paid via PayPal, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, OkPay, AdvCash, Skrill and WebMoney. Payments tend to arrive in my PayPal account on the day or the day after requesting a payout.
Additional:
Out of all three apps Money SMS is the one that makes me the most money, so if you didn't want to download all three then I'd recommend this one.

McMoney

Setup:
Visit McMoney and download the app. Open the application and simply register your mobile phone number (there will be an SMS verification). For a one-time bonus on signup you can use my referral SYLELCFA. From there click the three horizontal lines (hamburger) on the top left and head to “Account”. Make sure that the status is set to on. If you for whatever reason want to stop using the app temporarily then just turn it off via that switch. Then finally enter your PayPal email address (you will receive money automatically once you hit the $7 threshold).
How To Withdraw:
Withdrawals are automatic (awesome) and are processed each Friday (Netherlands time zone) if you meet the $7 minimum balance. Payment is sent via PayPal.

Additional:
A unique feature of McMoney is that you can choose what hours and days you are “available” to accept text messages so you aren’t disturbed. Honestly this isn’t really necessary if you’re like me and use the “do not disturb” feature on your phone so that you don’t get notifications throughout the night while still earning that money!

SMS Profit

Setup:
Visit SMS Profit and click "DOWNLOAD APK". Open the app and register a new account, you'll also need to give the application the relevant permissions so it can function properly. Right now this app does not have any signup referral codes to use. To add your payment method details head to the "Account" section. Once this is done you'll just simply need to exit the app, make sure your phone is connected to the internet and on.
How To Withdraw:
Withdrawing is just as easy as the other two apps. After you've entered your payment method details in setup, you simply need to go to "Balance" and "REQUEST PAYOUT". I find that payments are sent to my PayPal account on the day of the request.
Additional:
SMS Profit seems to payout a few cents less than what is owed. I've raised it to their support team and they blamed PayPal fees however this is not an issue with McMoney or Money SMS... That is the only downside to using SMS Profit, but personally I don't mind because money is money.

For all applications it’s quite important to make sure that your phone is connected to the internet, that the app is functioning, and not disabled by any battery optimization features. The exact directory will depend on your version of Android but generally it will be in your phone’s settings under “Battery”, then goto monitored and unmonitored apps before selecting the app to be unmonitored. Another handy tip is to make sure that your account’s payment details are updated and correct before withdrawing any funds.

The more devices you have the more passive income you can have, this is not limited to one phone.

These apps won't make you rich but they'll certainly give a bit of passive, no stress income. I hope this helps out the community. If you have any suggestions or any other helpful passive income methods then I'd love to hear them. I'm a sucker when it comes to passive income.

Proof of payments can be found here.
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The events of a SIM swap attack directed at Coinbase (and defense tips)

The information below on an attempted SIM swap attack was pieced together through a combination of login and security logs, recovering emails initiated by the attacker that were deleted and then deleted again from the trash folder, and learning from AT&T’s fraud representatives. The majority if this is factual, and we do our best to note where we are speculating or providing a circumstantial suspicion. TLDRs at the bottom.
The full story:
We were going about our business and received a text from AT&T that says “…Calls & texts will go to your new phone/SIM card. Call 866-563-4705 if you did not request.” We did not request this, and were suspicious that the text itself could be a phishing scam since we searched the phone number and it wasn’t overtly associated with AT&T. Thus, we tried calling AT&T’s main line at 611 but all we hear is beep beep beep. The phone number is already gone. We use another phone to call AT&T and at the same time start working on our already compromised email.
While we didn’t see everything real time, this is what the recovered emails show. In less than 2 minutes after receiving the text from AT&T, there is already an email indicating that the stolen phone number was used to sign into our email account associated with Coinbase. 2 minutes after that, there is an email from Coinbase saying:
"We have received your request for password reset from an unverified device. As a security precaution, an e-mail with a reset link will be sent to you in 24 hours. Alternatively, if you would like your password reset to be processed immediately, please submit a request using a verified device.
This 24 hour review period is designed to protect your Coinbase account."
This is where Coinbase got it right to have a 24 hour review period (actually a recovery period) before allowing the password to be reset. However, the attackers knew this and planned to steal the second email from Coinbase by setting email rules to forward all emails to a burner address and also have any emails containing “coinbase” re-routed so they don’t appear in the Inbox. 5 minutes later, they request a password reset from Gemini and the password was reset to the attacker’s password within a minute after that. The next minute they target and reset DropBox’s password followed immediately with Binance. Less than 2 minutes later, an email from Binance indicates that the password has been reset and another email arrives a minute later indicating a new device has been authorized.
It’s at this point that we begin locking the attacker out by (1) removing the phone number as 2FA (2) changing the email password, (3) and three forcing a logout of all sessions from the email. There was a bit of back and forth where they still had an active login and re-added the stolen phone number as 2FA.
They added only one more password reset to a gaming account that was not deleted. I can only suspect that was a decoy to make it look like the attack was directed at gaming rather than finances.
The Gemini and Binance accounts were empty and effectively abandoned, with no balances and inactive bank accounts (if any), and no transactions in 1-3 years. DropBox had no meaningful files (they probably look for private keys and authenticator backups) and the phone number they stole from us was suspended, so as far as the attacker is concerned, there is no meat on this bone to attack again… unless they had inside information.
This is where I suspect someone internal at Coinbase receiving wire deposits has been compromised in tipping off ripe accounts – accounts with new and somewhat large balances. We had completed a full withdrawal of funds from Coinbase earlier in the year, and had a balance of less than $20 heading into May. Deposits to Coinbase staggered in to get above six figures through mid-May then stopped. The attack occurred 7 days after the last large wire deposit was made to Coinbase.
From the perspective of an attacker that had no inside information, we were a dead end with abandoned Gemini and Binance accounts with zero balances and stale transactions, no DropBox information, and the suspended phone number access. Our Coinbase deposits were known to no one except us, Coinbase, and our bank. We were also able to stop the hacker’s email forwarding before Coinbase’s 24 hour period to send the password reset, so this one didn’t work out for the attackers and it would make sense for them to move on to the next rather than put efforts into a second attack only for Coinbase - for what would appear to be a zero-balance Coinbase account based on the other stale accounts.
Then…23 hours and 42 minutes after the first attack, another message from AT&T “…Calls & texts will go to your new phone/SIM card. Call 866-563-4705 if you did not request.” Here we go again. We had been confident in AT&T’s assurances that our account had been locked and would not be SIM swapped again, so we unwisely added the phone number back to our email account as a backup (it’s now removed permanently and we use burner emails for account recovery like we should have all along).
Upon seeing that our phone number had been stolen again I knew they were after the Coinbase reset email that was delayed by 24 hours from Coinbase as part of their security. We did 4 things within 2 minutes of that text: (1) removed the phone number again from the email account – this time for good, (2) market sell all Bitcoin on Coinbase, (3) withdraw from Coinbase, (4) have AT&T suspend service on the phone line.
In speaking with AT&T, they were floored that our SIM would be transferred again in light of all the notes about fraud on the account and the PIN being changed to random digits that had never been used by us before. Based on the response of disbelief from AT&T on the second port, I suspect that this attack also involved a compromised AT&T employee that worked with the attacker to provide timely access to the Coinbase password reset email. Apparently, this has been going on for years: https://www.flashpoint-intel.com/blog/sim-swap-fraud-account-takeove with phone carrier employees swapping SIMs for $80s a swap.
Remember that most of this was hidden in real time, and was only known because we were able to recover emails deleted from Trash by the attacker.
Since we require any withdrawals to use Google Authenticator on Coinbase, our funds may have been secure nonetheless. However, under the circumstances with attackers that were apparently working with insiders to take our phone number twice in attempts to steal Bitcoin, and it being unknown if they had additional tools related to our Google Authenticator, we decided it was safer on the sidelines. The coins were held on the exchange for a quick exit depending on whether Bitcoin was going to break up or down from $10,000. A hardware wallet is always safest, but we were looking to time the market and not have transaction delays.
For some some security recommendations:
AT&T: If you are going to send a text saying that calls and texts are moving to a new number, provide a 10 minute window for the phone number to reply with a “NO” or “STOP” to prevent the move. This can escalate the SIM dispute to more trusted employees to determine who actually owns the line. Don’t let entry level employees swap SIMs.
Coinbase: Do not default to phone numbers as 2FA. Also, if someone logs in successfully with the password before the 24 hours are up, the password is known and there is no need to send the password reset email again for attacker to have forwarded to them. At least have an option to stop the password reset email from being sent. We did not tag our account at Coinbase with fraud because of the stories of frozen funds once an account is tagged. I’m not sure what the solution is there, but that is another problem.
Being a trader, it would be nice to think of Coinbase as any other type of security brokerage where your assets are yours (someone can’t steal your phone number and transfer your stocks to their account). We fell into that mindset of security, yet this experience has reminded us of the uniqueness of cryptocurrency and the lack of custodial assurance and insurance from exchanges because of the possession-is-everything properties of cryptocurrency.
As many have said before, 2FA with a phone number quickly becomes 1-factor authentication as soon as that phone number is associated with password recovery on your email or other accounts. Our overall recommendation is to avoid having a phone number associated with any recovery options across all your accounts.
TLDR on the process:
Scammers will steal your phone number (in our case twice in 24 hours) and use your phone number to access your email and accounts. They will use your email to reset passwords at financial accounts and file hosting such as DropBox. They will then use that combination to transfer any assets they can access from your accounts to theirs. They will do their best to hide this from you by
(1) not resetting your email password so as to raise suspicion,
(2) immediately delete any password reset emails you may receive from financial accounts to hide them from you,
(3) attempt to forward all emails sent to your address to a burner email, and
(4) set email rules to forward emails containing “coinbase” to an email folder other than your Inbox so that you don’t see the transactions and password reset emails that arrive to your inbox.
TLDR on defense tips: If your phone stops working or you receive a text of your number being ported do the following as soon as possible:
(1) log into your email account(s) associated with your financial accounts and remove your phone number as 2FA immediately
(2) change your email password,
(3) force a logout of all sessions from your email (at this point you have locked them out), then
(4) check your mail forwarding settings for forwards to burner addresses,
(5) check your mail rules for rerouting of emails from accounts such as Coinbase, and
(6) call your carrier to have them suspend service on your lost phone number and ask them to reinstate your SIM or get a new SIM. This will require a second phone because your personal phone number has been stolen.
We hope this helps some others be safe out there in protecting their coins. The more we know, the more we can protect ourselves. Wishing you all the best!
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Now $20 free with Celsius Network crypto lending app (use TGBP stablecoin for no price fluctuations)

Celsius Network is an app for earning interest on your cryptocurrencies up to 12%. You can also get around 8% interest on stablecoins. They are definitely legit, I and many others here already successfully completed this offer.
If you sign up using a referral link they now offer $20 free in BTC after you deposit the equivalent of $200 in cryptocurrencies on the app (this used to be $10 but they increased it this month :))
Tip: buy the (stable)coins through the Crypto.com app *(creditcard fees waived until the end of September!)
Steps:
You will see the rewards in the app like this: https://m.imgur.com/a/d8MWRaL
Let me know if you have any questions! I have succesfully withdrawn money from the app, PM me if you want more details :)
If you're new to crypto, some extra information:
About stablecoins
Sending cryptocurrencies to and from Celsius
Hope this extra information helps, please let me know if I should add anything :)
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Free $10 at BlockFi crypto lending platform

BlockFi is one of the most well-known crypto lending platforms. It works similar to Celsius: they offer loans in fiat currencies backed by crypto, but you can also earn interest on your (stable)coins.
The company is backed by Peter Thiel, who is one of the founders of PayPal and one of the first investors in Facebook. So, BlockFi is definitely a legit company :)
If you sign up through their referral programme you get $10 free in Bitcoin if you deposit and hold $100 worth of crypto in your BlockFi account during 30 days. This can also be done using a stablecoin (USDC or GUSD), so this way you have no risk of crypto decreasing in value.
Steps:
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Coinsquare CEO Response To Data Breach

Coinsquare would like to thank everyone on the /BitcoinCA forums for their patience in waiting for our response. We are sorry we could not respond sooner. We have been focused on getting a firm grasp of the issue and sending out communications directly to our customers first and other parties impacted to notify them of the situation. Now, we owe it to the /BitcoinCA community to update you as well.
Our goal is to be as transparent as possible and echo the communications sent to our customers, and address questions raised in Reddit forums.
We have done our best to provide as much information as possible across the following topics:
  1. Data Breach Backstory
  2. The VICE Article
  3. Coinsquare’s Retrospective
  4. The Facts of Those Impacted
  5. Coinsquare Does Not Offer SMS 2FA
  6. Communication to Impacted People
Data Breach Backstory:
The issue started just over a year ago with someone posting a very small sample of data on Reddit claiming someone had access to Coinsquare user data; the claim was that they had access to around 50,000 users’ personal information. At the time, we could not confirm that this was anything more than a threat. Coinsquare could not validate that the malicious actor had more than a small sample of sales/prospecting data. Coinsquare used the obtained information to notify those users whose names were supplied. Coinsquare did take steps, as required by law, to inform law enforcement and the Office of the Privacy Commissioner about the Reddit forum, and the leak of data, based on the available information.
Based on the format of the data posted, it was evident that there was no breach of Coinsquare’s core software system, i.e. the Coinsquare exchange platform. The field names, the way the information was compiled, and the inconsistencies in the data led us to believe that perhaps there was a theft from a customer relationship management (CRM) tool used to prospect both users and non-users to use Coinsquare Wealth.
Additionally, the malicious actor did not approach Coinsquare asking for money or threaten us directly. Coinsquare saw no subsequent unusual activity on the platform, or with specific sets of users, that would have led us to believe that there was a data breach that would constitute a risk of harm to our users.
With the information provided at the time, Coinsquare felt confident that the malicious actor was not a hacker, but was most likely an ex-employee that got their hands on customer relationship management data and was trying to embarrass the company.
Nevertheless, Coinsquare strengthened our internal processes, updated our sales management software including our internal data policy controls, and used this event as a way to improve our internal systems.
The VICE Article:
Fast forward to May 29, 2020. Coinsquare was approached by a VICE reporter who informed the company that a ‘hacker’ had contacted them and provided a larger sample of data to VICE. VICE then graciously provided a portion of the data to Coinsquare, which allowed us to verify that the extent of the original threat was larger. Once Coinsquare received the full list of information, we were able to confirm that this came from the same source of data from just over a year ago.
At this point (earlier this week), Coinsquare began to take steps to inform all users about the incident. We have spent the better part of this week preparing and then communicating with all our users, both affected and not affected, as well as those prospects (non-users) who were on the list, about the data breach.
The list touches a number of different categories that we have spent time crafting accurate communications towards: those who have been affected and are users; those who have been affected and are not users (because it was prospecting data); and those who are not affected. Additionally, we have taken precautionary measures: applying “no withdrawal” restrictions to impacted accounts (whether they have 2FA or not) and working on updating our customer support policies and communications.
Coinsquare’s Retrospective:
Coinsquare is aware that this issue could have been handled better on Reddit when it first came up. We had only a very small amount of information at that time and could not validate the extent of the theft. The facts in our possession at that time amounted to 4 users, with a threat that they had additional pieces of personal information on both existing and prospective users. We could not confirm that threat.
We had to balance this threat against the facts. Coinsquare could not verify at the time who the possible reported users might be out of our 290,000 person user base. We had to weigh that against the possibility that this was simply a fabricated threat designed to harm our reputation. In the subsequent weeks and months following this threat, Coinsquare experienced no unusual account activity. In short, there were no red flags or spikes in compromised accounts that would lead us to believe specific users were being targeted by a hacker or malicious actor.
After recently being provided with the list of impacted persons, Coinsquare was able to use the list to confirm where the user data came from (our old CRM tool), and use the list to figure out which users were affected, which non-users were affected, and which users were not affected.
The Facts of those Impacted:
Coinsquare Does Not Offer SMS 2FA:
Coinsquare does not offer SMS 2FA. In SMS authentication, users provide a code that has to be sent to their phone via SMS as proof of their identity. In theory, SMS authentication provides a second identity factor, but it has vulnerabilities specifically in the case of sim swaps.
Although Coinsquare does not offer SMS 2FA, affected users may be using SMS 2FA on other applications. We have informed them that they should be taking necessary precautions as described in the email communications we have provided links to below.
Communication to Impacted People:
Coinsquare has put together a series of emails that have been sent to all users and non-users who were impacted by this data breach. The emails are available for viewing below:
Coinsquare hopes that this response helps to provide further clarity to those who want, and frankly deserve to hear the truth. We are incredibly appreciative that you have held us accountable, and are thankful to the /BitcoinCA mods who have contacted us in order to ensure we showed proper accountability in this forum.
If you do have more questions or concerns please feel free to DM us OR submit a support ticket here. We will answer any question we can. Please understand that we cannot answer questions about other people's accounts.
In addition, we intend to be a lot more active within the /BitcoinCA community moving forward. You are the early adopters of digital assets in Canada and the types of users we want to win the hearts of. We promise to do a better job communicating with you on a go forward basis.
Thank you,
Cole DiamondCEO of Coinsquare
*Edit on June 7th, 2020: Updated links to emails.
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Binance scammed me 1516 USDT with unethical verification requests! Stay Away from this Scam Exchance!

**************************************************************EDIT from 04/24/20:
read directly here the latest discussion per Email with Symbiotic and the final stage of the BINANCE SCAM:Part 1:
https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/g08w53/binance_scammed_me_1516_usdt_with_unethical/fodphld?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x
Part 2:
https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/g08w53/binance_scammed_me_1516_usdt_with_unethical/fodskqw?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x
PART 3: https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/g08w53/binance_scammed_me_1516_usdt_with_unethical/fodxud3?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x
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Following the discussion here with u/symbiotic_bnb on binance BinanceExchange
Please read the complete story here:
https://np.reddit.com/binance/comments/g01kig/binance_scammed_me_1516_usdt_with_unethical/
Then I'm replying to the official comment made here:https://np.reddit.com/binance/comments/g01kig/binance_scammed_me_1516_usdt_with_unethical/fn83ixw/
IThe reason why I'm giving more details here is that u/symbiotic_bnb banned me from their board so that I couldn't comment his reply and provide more information about the unethical requests made by their exchance binance
Here my answer:
Please feel free to spread the information. I will contact more media if they don't want to fix this.
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Thanks u/symbiotic_bnb for having banned me from your board binance BinanceExchange. However I will reply on other boards to let everyone know about your abuse.
You wrote:
"Risk Control." This can mean many things, and most often it simply means that we have identified unusual activity on your account that may indicate a third-party has gained unauthorized access and withdrawals were suspended to protect your assets.
Nice. So I remember the steps done:
  1. Last year opened my Tier 0 account (Non verified, just Email, 2FA set)
  2. on same day deposited 0.21BTC
  3. 3-4 months later back, I login to my account from a new machine, but same country. I m asked to verify email, I receive code, login successully, same 2FA.
  4. I sell some of assets, then I withdraw you cancel it for "Risk control" and force me to upgrade my account??? why???? seriously???
If you dont want people to use Level 0 accounts (unverified with KYC, 2 BTC limit), then just don't offer that option!! force everyone from scratch to submit KYC. Simple!
Don't allow people to use the service, then randomly you force them to provide verification. We have a right of privacy !
And now if you force me to verify my account to be able to withdraw my funds, it's my right to choose HOW I verify it. Regardless if my son, brother or sister or whoever does it for me, its verified! End! Now I know you will call this "illegal" but what you are doing is as well illegal in this case! Don't try to find bs reasons for that behaviour.
Your forced me to verify my account, so my account has been verified, as my screenshot is showing. Don't create new reasons to keep my money by asking things I can't provide.
When you ask me to provide video recording of how I load btc in my account, 4 months back, how sick is this? It sounds for me as a torture to find ways to keep money of people. A kind of trap.
You comment:
Case in point: is there a particular reason why someone else attempted to KYC your account a day before your attempt? Typically, legitimate customers do not cycle through various individuals for their KYC attempts. It's interesting that you made no mention of this anywhere, given how obvious it is that this is cause for concern, especially considering that the other individual that submitted KYC for "your" account has been involved in malicious activity on our platform.
First, what do you mean here with "legitmate customer"?? I was using, as your system allows, an unverified account, which was more than enough for my needs. So what is then "legimate customer"?? So do you mean now, all your users who don't have level 2 verified accounts are not legtimate? interesting point...
Now about the verification which has been done after your "illegal" action to force me to upgrade the account to be able to access my account, only because I changed the machine.
Indeed 2 verifications have been done. The first verification has been rejected by Binance because the passport was not the latest updated passport of my country. Though the passport is still valid, binance verification rejected it. So what option did I have from that moment? I spoke with customer service and they couldn't help.
So what should I have done from that moment? Just abandon my hard earned money with binance for this? Even the drive license was rejected. It's a lot of money. So I asked my friend who had a newer passport to verify the account for me. And the account was verified successfully!
If you call this "illegal", then you are not different at all, you are exactly the same! You lock customers in a wheel while having their money, then forcing them to upgrade to level 2. This is illegal! Then you again you complain when the account is finally verified!
Next you start asking what customers can't provide to have a way to keep the money.
That said, Binance has no interest in "stealing" anything from any of its customers, but we surely aren't going to allow bad actors to freely operate on our platform. You may simply respond to the ticket from here forth.
really? so you are the good actor and I m the bad actor right? Congratulations! :-)
Sorry this does not give you the right to keep my coins. If so, it's simply called SCAM. You don't like me? No problem, give me my money, and close my account.
Don't find pretexts to keep the money for you.
Imagine that this exchange is doing this shit every day, randomly to customers, customers who don't want to provide their KYC (and it's their right! don't call them bad actor! You are Superman!) will simply abandon their money, do you know how many boost revenue is it for them? Nice way to make money u/symbiotic_bnb BinanceExchange
For any normal customer reading this, support is extremely busy due to recent market conditions and new interest pouring into the market and some tickets may take longer than intended to address, but that doesn't mean that there is any ill intent behind the delay. If you go an extended amount of time, such as 3+ days, with no response to your ticket, you may speak with the live support on our website and request an update.
Sorry but I have been patient enough! After I opened the ticket, your CS was fast enough to reply and make insane and unethical request. Since it has been 12 days, that I sent different emails, no response. Now you found better excuse! When you contact live support, they said "in few hours you will get answer".
If you are unable to provide anything that customer support asks for, all you need to do is respond to the ticket and explain what you are unable to provide and why you are unable to provide it. There are procedures in place for nearly every situation, support does not simply give up after the first step if a customer is unable to provide something that is not always guaranteed to be known.
Objection! I already replied, 12 days, no single answer from your team. What other option did I have?? See the screenshots I posted earlier, its clear enough!
Posting on Reddit is the last stop once all other options have failed. Keep in mind that you do not need to embellish or over-exaggerate your situation to get assistance. Simply be reasonable and you will receive the same in return.
Exactly! All other options to solve this issue directly with you have failed! I have to tell my story here. And see, you replied fast.... 12 days you / your CS didn't reply to my emails.
You asked me to be reasonable? I think I'm very reasonable. Treat well your customers and with respect if you want to get the same in return. Simple life's rule.
You can scam me if you want. I expect you to release my money and close my account. This is the correct way if your company is serious.
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EDIT: When I asked to u/symbiotic_bnb why they banned me from their board, see the answer:
The answer to every single on of your questions here is answered within my comment. People that come to our subreddit, over-exaggerate their situation, and spread FUD, especially by way of ridiculous conspiracy theories, are not welcome. Respond to the ticket as your were advised and we aill proceed accordingly with verifying the details of your case.
Screenshot: https://i.imgur.com/B1MYT0U.png
Very funny, so I m spreading "ridiculous conspiracy theories"?? wow very nice :-)
And they are asking me to respond to the ticket? lol how many times should I respond? I'm telling that I responded alredy 12 days ago, and sent many reminders, they simply ignored. very funnny lol
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Please help am i being scammed?

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the company description that is given to me by the person in contact is:
"Nature of our business are logistic. Our customers are individuals and companies. Your daily activities will be: accept payments from customers, process, prepare documentation, reports, replenishment via BTC customer accounts. As for your account, you will work with it only during probation period, because corporate account our company will prepare for you about 10 working days. Via BTC, our customers pay for the delivery of containers from the Chinese ports of Hong Kong and Shanghai. It is much faster and more convenient than transacting through international bank transfer."
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my duties according to them are:
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the problem is that they have a bunch of my details regarding my bank. I gave them my direct deposit instructions because you know you give that to your company so they can send the money you earn or salary. and they wanted more before which I told them there are some technical difficulties with the account and I need to talk to the customer service for it.
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Ethereum 2.0: Why, How And Then?

Ethereum 2.0: Why, How And Then?
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This is the reason the Ethereum development team is planning to switch to the Proof-of-Stake algorithm. Unlike the PoW, it does not require the use of computing power to confirm blocks. Instead of miners, transactions will be confirmed by validators. To become a validator, the user should have 32 ETH and install a special client. From a technical point of view, this is easier than buying mining devices and maintaining their functionality, as well as looking for access to cheap electricity. Thus, the system will no longer need expensive hardware.
The main solution to the scalability problem will be to implement sharding. Current Ethereum network is a unified database. After the update, the blockchain will be divided into autonomous, interacting blocks — shards, each of which will process particular transactions and smart contracts, which, however, will be recognized by the entire Ethereum blockchain. Nodes that form the shard process information separately, this allows maintaining the principle of decentralization. This is important since the risk of centralization is another big problem of the old algorithm.
Since the complexity of mining has increased over time, and now this process requires having expensive equipment and access to cheap electricity, small participants can not afford to stay in the game. In such conditions, big pools of miners that can provide higher productivity have a decisive advantage. For example, in April, more than 50% of the computing power of the Ethereum network was provided by only two mining pools. This creates a significant risk of centralization and “51% attacks”.
Validators will confirm transactions and get rewards in the form of passive income. According to the project’s roadmap, this amount will vary from 1.81% to 18.1%. The profitability of the stacking will depend on the number of validators. The more of them, the smaller the amount they get. However, there will be some costs. In the same Ethereum 2.0 roadmap, developers mentioned that the cost of validating transactions, based on rough calculations, will be about $180 per year. One of the developers of the project, Justin Drake, predicts that on average the validator will receive an income of 5% per year.

What is the estimated Ethereum 2.0 release date?

The launch of Ethereum 2.0 will take place gradually, in six stages, the “zero” of which is expected this summer. However, it is worth noting that due to finding vulnerabilities, the dates have already been shifted several times–initially, the transition to the new version was planned in 2019.
One of the developers of the project, Afri Schoedon, said that the launch could be postponed to 2021. According to him, under favourable circumstances, the main network can be presented in November of this year, but there are certain difficulties in this.
Schoedon explained that before launching ETH 2.0, all of its clients must be brought to the same specifications. After that, the developer’s team needs to open a unified deposit contract so that users can transfer their assets from the old chain to the new one. Between these stages, developers also need additional time, so they could test all aspects of the new system.
As it usually happens, there’s going to be two parallel blockchains as a result of the hard fork. The first one, ETH1, will continue to work using an old protocol, while the update will be implemented on ETH2. Users will be able to transfer their coins from the old blockchain to the new one, but not vice versa. The appearance of sharding will allow developers to move to phase 1.5 — during this phase, ETH1 will merge with ETH2, becoming one of the 64 “shards” of the updated blockchain. In the second phase, smart contracts become available on ETH2, which can be considered the full start of its economic activity.

And what are expectations?

Updating the Ethereum network will increase its technical capabilities, namely, it will speed up and reduce the cost of transactions, as well as make the blockchain less vulnerable for centralization process.
Currently, the absolute majority of decentralized finance projects are developed using the Ethereum platform. The Ethereum 2.0 release will probably attract even more partners who will use the blockchain for their projects.
Ryan Watkins, Messari Analysis company’s researcher, highly values the importance of updating.
“ETH 2.0 is a much stronger catalyst than the Bitcoin halving simply because it’s an uncertain and fundamental change.” — Ryan Watkins wrote on his Twitter account
And the part about uncertainty is hard to disagree with. Of course, there are some concerns about the bright Ethereum future. The coming hard fork carries with it potential negative consequences. For example, after switching to the PoS algorithm, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) may well admit Ethereum as a security, which will lead to legal complications similar to those faced by Pavel Durov when trying to launch his TON blockchain platform.
For now, ETH is the most popular coin for mining at home, and most of these miners will probably just leave the network.
There is also a risk that the price of Ethereum may fall. To receive passive income for storing ETH, the user will not only need to have 32 coins but also block them through a special transaction. They will not be able to withdraw these blocked funds immediately. As stated in the project roadmap, the cryptocurrency withdrawal process will take at least 18 hours. This could take even more time if many users request the return of tokens at the same time. Thus, if ETH falls in price, it will be impossible to sell it immediately, and there is a risk of losing some capital and all the income received from stacking.
Nevertheless, investors are mostly optimistic — the volume of Ethereum options on the Deribit exchange has grown to a historical high, which indicates confidence in the future of Ethereum project. The ETH price is also growing, having overcome the consequences of the March collapse of cryptocurrencies.
Most experts agree that Ethereum price will grow after the update. On the one hand, the altcoin will become more expensive, as it will become a more attractive investment. On the other hand, the offer will decrease, as users will start transferring coins from the first version of the network to the second, to block them for passive income.
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Original article was posted on https://stealthex.io/blog/2020/06/30/ethereum-2-0-why-how-and-then/.
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How to create pivot Bitcoin withdrawal address Pivot link in Description

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